Bio: Jacqueline Murphy is an actress,writer,director and producer. This winter she just wrapped & made her directorial debut in "The Admired". A film she also produced,wrote and starred in as the character Olivia Spencer. Jacqueline was born in New York, grew up on Long Island and is the oldest of six children. Her mom was an artist and could play any song on the piano and accordion just by hearing it. Jacqueline also plays piano and paints. In Warner Brothers film "Run All Night" & had scenes with the films stars: Liam Neeson & Ed Harris. In the past year, she was in "You Have a Nice Flight" where she had the role of "Blondie" a model who sells jewelry on QVC and she was in the feature film "Fake" where she plays Jackie: a Southern Belle Socialite/Ex Beauty Queen. Other film appearances include- "Cop Out" as Reporter Susi Stevens & the remake of "Arthur" as Dr. Julia Fields, Golden Key with the lead role of Vera & Southern Dyscomfort as a Southern Socialite. She has her Registered Nurse license and after completing acting school at AADA & Stella Adler she was discovered by ABC-"All My Children" and had a recurring role as Nurse Thomas. She continued on to play many nurses & doctors in television & film. She also medically consulted on set. While living in NYC she worked with director Martin Scorcese on "Goodfellas", Woody Allen in "Radio Days" & "Hannah and Her Sister's", Mike Nichols in "Regarding Henry", Ron Howard in "The Paper", Nora Ephron in "Mixed Nuts" & Barbet Schroeder in "Kiss of Death" & Leonard Nimoy "3 Men & A Baby". She lives in NY & LA . Other films just completed: Golden Key with the lead role of Vera & Southern Dyscomfort as a Southern Socialite. She's guest starred on "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" as Emily Trudeau and in yet another "Law and Order" as Nurse Lloyd. She started out in TV, playing Recurring Roles on "The Guiding Light" as Darlene and on "All My Children" as Nurse Thomas. Last year she completed 2 new TV pilots "N.Y.J.D" as a tough lawyer Meryl and "Upper East Side" as Socialite-Christina Larraby. One of the funnier parts she's played: the Cheerleader Coach in a National Geico spot airing with the Caveman & NFL Star Brian Orapko. She became a member of the Television Academy in 2012 and has interviewed on the Red Carpet during Oscar Season. Theatre credits include: The role of Kate Keller(Helen's mom) in "The Miracle Worker" at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor directed by Murphy Davis. The lead roles of Lynn Roberts in "Take it To the Bank" and Fremda the James Bond Girl at the Neighborhood Playhouse. She originated the role of Linda in "Merry Christmas Baby" at Playwrights Horizon and performed in Guild Hall Theatre East Hamptons-75th Anniversary as Edith in "The Women". She enjoys painting and studied Art and Art History at Hunter College. She taught Yoga for a time and enjoys working out, walking by the ocean, playing piano and singing. She has a passion for traveling and has been to India, Egypt , Jordan, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Morocco, Japan, Thailand and throughout Europe. While on vacation she enjoys making short films and travelogues of her trips. Jacqueline serves on the committee for "The Fred Astaire Awards" given each year to performers, directors and choreographers for excellence in dance/choreography on Broadway. She has also served as the talk show host of the evening -interviewing award winners such as Tommy Tune and Harold Prince. She's also been on the dinner committee and the web host of various charity events such as "The Women's Project Gala" where Eve Ensler, Vivian Tam and Kathy Hilton were honored . As well as the "Asia Society's -50th Anniversary Celebration"-where Ang Lee, Mia Lynn and Vivian Tam were honored. Jacqueline has a BSN and RN degree. She's worked with disabled children and is on the committee for "The Pony Awards" which helps children at Marymount Center. She is also a member of New York Women in Film & Television & the Creative Coalition since 2013.